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6 Key Data Strategy Considerations for Your Cloud-Native Transformation

Many organizations are making the move to cloud-native platforms as their strategy for digital transformation. cloud-native allows companies to deliver fast-responding, user-friendly applications with greater agility. However, the architecture of the data in support of cloud-native transformation...
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Containers and Microservices and Serverless, Oh My!

A new round of buzzword-heavy technologies are becoming relevant to—or at least discussed among—developers, operations professionals, and the tech staff who lead them. Need to come up to speed on the changing cloud and container trends and technologies? If you feel out of the loop, this tech-...
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CNCF’s CloudEvents Spec Could Facilitate Interoperability across Serverless Platforms

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) wants to foster greater interoperability between serverless platforms, through its release of the CloudEvents specification. The project is at version 0.1 iteration, and hopes that it will be approved as a CNCF sandbox project in June. The CloudEvents...
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How the Four Components of a Distributed Tracing System Work Together

Ten years ago, essentially the only people thinking hard about distributed tracing were academics and a handful of large internet companies. Today, it’s turned into table stakes for any organization adopting microservices. The rationale is well-established: microservices fail in surprising and...
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Kubernetes and Microservices: A Developers’ Movement to Make the Web Faster, Stable, and More Open

As web development has evolved, there has been a tendency to develop “monolithic” applications — that is, software that contains most or all parts of the code for a given company or service. Over time, those code bases have grown to massive sizes and become hugely complex, which has led to a wide...
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This month on Linux.com, we published several cloud-related articles to help clarify a few underlying ideas as well as examine specific implementations.

Cloud Computing in Focus: Serverless, Microservices, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, and More

Cloud computing concepts can seem as nebulous as clouds themselves, but in April, we published several cloud-related articles to help clarify a few underlying ideas and look at some specific implementations. This month, Swapnil Bhartiya tackled the subject of serverless computing with There’s a...
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OpenTracing: Distributed Tracing’s Emerging Industry Standard

What was traditionally known as just Monitoring has clearly been going through a renaissance over the last few years. The industry as a whole is finally moving away from having Monitoring and Logging silos – something we’ve been doing and “preaching” for years – and the term Observability emerged...
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Meet Gloo, the ‘Function Gateway’ That Unifies Legacy APIs, Microservices, and Serverless

Most enterprises still have monolithic applications, but many are exploring the use of microservices. The monoliths are accessible via APIs and monitored by the traditional application performance management (APM) tools, with deep dives provided by Splunk and other log investigation tools. With...
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Shifting to microservices does not by itself eliminate complexity, says Andrew Jenkins of Aspen Mesh.

Making the Most Out of Microservices with Service Mesh

In this article, we talk with Andrew Jenkins, Lead Architect at Aspen Mesh, about moving from monolithic apps to microservices and cut through some of the hype around service mesh for managing microservice architectures. For more on service mesh, consider attending KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU, May...
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DevOps Is the Secret Ingredient to Make Microservices Cook

The skill in DevOps is not being a great chef, but a great manager: Managing the waiters, the hot window, the prep chefs, and the money, all from a vantage point above the floor, with full visibility of the entire chain of processes, products, and people. In the microservices world, this means it’s...
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